The Kasozi Children’s Community Clinic, open since February 22, 2019, is still in the process of being recognized as a pediatric medical facility forthe surrounding district. Many locals have a mistaken impression that the clinic was built to serve Kasozi children only. To rectify this misconception, clinical staff and nurses have been going out into […]
New classrooms!! New uniforms!! New Staff T-Shirts!!
What do you do when there’s leftover plastic wrapping from a renovation project? Why you create Superhero capes of course! In our universal cyber world, exposure to cartoon characters like Spiderman, Ironman, and Captain America, crosses cultures. The children of Kasozi Village are no exception. The innovative boys in this photo run with joyful abandonment across […]
By Susan Hill and Beckie Bagby Author Jason Riley in his book Please Stop Helping Us, points to the downside of what he calls “serial altruism.” His overarching theme is this: The aim behind giving and helping others in need may be noble. But in practice, it often reduces the self-development necessary for people to […]
Duncan and Mama Kateh, our Ugandan prophetess, dear, dear friend, and part time baby-sitter…. such a blessing!!